This circumstance, however (as you are no doubt aware), does not disentitle
me to make the customary stipulations with her future husband.
Pakistan further said that sending Jadhav for espionage and funding terrorist activities were some of the reasons that disentitle
India from invoking jurisdiction of the ICJ.
Giving false identity to Kulbhushan, sending him for espionage and funding of terrorists activities are all some of the reasons which disentitle
India from invoking the jurisdiction of the ICJ,' said the counter memorial according to a source.
Pakistan will argue that sending Jhadav for espionage, funding terrorist activities are some of the reasons that disentitle
India from invoking the jurisdiction of the ICJ.
The new entries in the market do not mean that new entrants will disentitle
local firms from their fair shares in the market.
Furthermore, the courts have proven to be very reluctant to disentitle
fee simple holders of their lands based on ancient Aboriginal claims.
Can the court disentitle
him from democratic process?
Or illegal action by the Executive might fairly be viewed as akin to "unclean hands" that disentitle
the State from invoking FOIA's disclosure exemptions.
Pandey's representation as a new kind of "Third World woman" who strives for a new India is thus noteworthy not only on its own terms but also because it grounds contemporary interventions against violence--interventions that seek to protect liberal, modern citizens from those who would disentitle
During trial- Insurance Company itself undertook investigation through its own doctor and there was nothing found by the said doctor which could disentitle
issuing of policy in favour of late husband of the applicant No show-cause notice was issued before passing the impugned order High Court accepted appeal and set aside the impugned judgment and directed Insurance Company to make payment of claim amount to applicant in accordance with insurance policy.
she regarded the 2006 laws as operating 'to disentitle
or exclude persons' from that right and as not being 'necessary or appropriate for the protection of the integrity of the rolls'.
However, Courts have taken a liberal view in some cases and held that so long as the full capital gains made on sale of the original assets are invested in a new residential property, merely because some work needs to be done in the property would not disentitle
the tax payer in claiming the exemption.